On Oct. 20, 1953, they broadcast a story on Lieut.
(Most biographical details in this section come from van Rootselaar 1953–1954 and Pos 1953–1954.)
They feel they have worked hard, in the light of their own dark history, to build a strong Europe, and raising the 1953 deal was a nasty tactic.
Fox’s McDonald’s stand, which opened in May 1953 in Phoenix, Arizona, was the first to feature the world famous golden arches, while the stand opened by Williams and Landon in Downey, California in August 1953 is the oldest surviving McDonald’s restaurant to date.
…known as the Sloika (“Layer Cake”), was successfully tested on Aug. 12, 1953.
She was also the first to win the world, North American, and United States titles in a single year (1953).
Israel began to retaliate in 1953, battling not only with guerrillas but with regular Jordanian and Egyptian army units.
He was reinstated as deputy chairman of the Council of Ministers in December 1953 but was removed once again in December 1956.
During his years in hiding in unoccupied France, Beckett also completed another novel, Watt, which was not published until 1953.
Her later films included The Caddy (1953), with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, and Raoul Walsh’s Gun Fury (1953), with Rock Hudson.
Shah Mahmud, prime minister from 1946 to 1953, sanctioned free elections and a relatively free press, and the so-called “liberal parliament” functioned from 1949 to 1952.
Although she appeared briefly in the films Out of the Night (1947) and Taxi (1953), she found her first starring film role in Hondo (1953), opposite John Wayne.
In 1953 he joined Universal Studios, where he directed one of the first films in the popular juvenile-delinquent genre of that decade, Girls in the Night (1953).
Information uncovered in the 1990s indicated that by 1953 some 2,750,000 Soviet citizens were in jail or in forced-labour camps, and approximately the same number were in internal exile.
Open three more times (1950, 1951, and 1953), the Masters Tournament twice (1951 and 1953), and the British Open (Open Championship) on his first attempt (1953).
His other major writings include Philosophical Studies (1922) and Some Main Problems of Philosophy (1953); posthumous publications were Philosophical Papers (1959) and the Commonplace Book, 1919–1953 (1962).
While Technicolor films (mostly made before 1953) can be reproduced faithfully and endlessly, virtually all colour films made since 1953 are subject to fading that can be arrested only by storing prints at very low temperatures.
…in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), How to Marry a Millionaire (1953), and There’s No Business Like Show Business (1954), her fame grew steadily and spread throughout the world, and she became the object of unprecedented popular adulation.
—died June 19, 1953, Ossining, New York; born September 28, 1915, New York City—died June 19, 1953, Ossining), the first American civilians to be executed for conspiracy to commit espionage and the first to suffer that penalty during peacetime.
From 1953 he was chairman of several corporations and foundations, including the Chase Manhattan Bank (1953–60) and the Ford Foundation (1958–65), and began his long association (1953–89, chairman 1953–70) with the Council on Foreign Relations.
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